Commerce – The Mavs take on Golden State; Baylor heads to NIT's final four; Stars on a losing streak; the Rangers play the Diamondbacks today; Armstrong surgery scheduled; Britney Jordan collects more honors; Greenville soccer with losses; A&M-Commerce Spring Football Game this Saturday.
Commerce – The Commerce Police Department has released its annual racial profiling report. According to Commerce Assistant Police Chief Steve Harrison, the department did not receive a single complaint alleging racial profiling on the part of one of its officers during 2008.
Commerce – Texas A&M University-Commerce has named Mr. Randy Van Deven as the new Vice-President for Institutional Advancement.
In an email to faculty and staff Tuesday, Van Deven was said to have recently accepted the position.
He currently serves as Director of Major Gifts at Tennessee Technological University. A professional engineer, Van Deven began his career in mining prior to joining Tennessee Tech, first as Director of Development for the College of Engineering, and then moving up to his current position.
Paris area teen killed Saturday following traffic accident; Murder charges dropped for Greenville man after several witnesses fail to show; Sentencing Tuesday for Greenville man who pleaded guilty to meth charges Monday; Hunt County Commissioners lift burn ban; Changes coming to I-30 in Greenville; A.C. Williams Elementary in Commerce now 65% complete.
Commerce – The Mavs are off tonight and might trade Dirk; NIT tournament update; the Cowboys' Thanksgiving day game is announced; the Rangers take on the Mariners today; Stars are at home against Vancouver tonight; Lance Armstrong may be out of the Tour de France; A&M-Commerce Senior Guard Britney Jordan continues to win postseason honors; and Felicia Corbin of Leadon wins state title.
Commerce – The new A.C. Williams Elementary School in Commerce continues to take shape, as crews are just a few months from projected completion.
The $14 million structure is now 65% complete and even slightly under budget. That's according to Claycomb Associates and W.B. Kibler Construction Company, who presented the progress report to the CISD School Board Monday night.
Greenville – A meth dealer awaits a punishment hearing today following a guilty plea.
George Leslie Sanders, of Greenville, pleaded guilty Monday to multiple felony counts of selling methamphetamine during 2007. He was scheduled to go to trial on three counts of delivery of a controlled substance, namely methamphetamine. Instead, Sanders entered the guilty pleas and asked to have a jury decide his punishment. The hearing is set for today.
Greenville – Some big changes are coming to driving on Interstate 30. Motorists have about one more week to continue using all the exits along Interstate 30 as it passes through Greenville. You'll soon have to start changing the routes you take, as the project surrounding the placement of the State Highway 34/ Wesley Overpass expands.